Saturday, August 1, 2015

Night Noodle Markets Again: Chichi Fries from Poklol

So, I went back to the Night Noodle Markets and got the Chichi Fries from Poklol like I wanted to. I got the chili chicken because it's apparently healthier than red meats, according to Michael Mosley's documentary.

There's certainly a good amount of beer battered fries for $15. And for food truck food, it's well presented. There was spring onion, Korean style chicken, grated cheese, mayonnaise, and some sort of amazing chili sauce. Somewhere I did end up finding some kimchi in there as well, but it was much less prominent than Korean inspired fries should have been. 

I think the highlight of the whole dish was the chili sauce they put on the chips. It had a refreshing amount of bite, yet also tasted sweet and crisp.

Overall, I think I was more impressed with Korma Sliders' sweet potato fries from Eat Street Markets (who were also at the Night Noodle Markets). I think in Sydney they may have a different menu than the one they came to Brisbane with. And anyway, it was good, just I've had better. But that's fine, every place is different.


  1. Ok that looks and sounds amazing!
    I was expecting it to be a regular-sized serving of chips with some sauce and hence for 15 dollars was reluctant, but looking at your image that looks like a good amount and variety of food!

    Thanks for the write up! I should check out the eat street market sweet potato fries too from the sounds of it!

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